April 23, 1958 ‒ September 17, 2015
Brenda Dailey, age 57 of Fredericktown, passed away Thursday September 17, 2015 at her home surrounded by her loving family.
Brenda was born on Wednesday April 23, 1958 in Mount Gilead, the daughter of Carl E. Bolton Sr. and Mamie L. (Spangler) Bolton.
Brenda attended Highland High School and went on to become a State Tested Nurse Aide. Brenda had a heart of gold and loved caring for her patients. She worked for many years at Morrow Manor in Chesterville until she had to retire due to her illness.
Brenda married the love of her life, Ronnie Dailey, on Saturday November 03, 1984. Together they enjoyed nearly 31 years of marriage and raised five wonderful children.
She was a collector of cookie jars and anything to do with Mickey Mouse. Most of all Brenda enjoyed making memories with her children and grandchildren.
Brenda will be dearly missed by her husband; her children Nicholas (Vanessa) Bailey of Charleston South Carolina, David Edward JR Dailey of Branson Missouri, Michelle Bailey of Chesterville, Jenny Dailey of Leesburg Florida, and Hayley Dailey of Fredericktown; grandchildren Samantha Bailey, Hayley Dailey, Imagin Bailey, Dakota Bailey, and David Dailey; Brother Carl Edward (Jacki) Bolton Jr. of Kentucky; sister Betty (Ray) Rolfes; many nieces and nephews; and best friends Randy and Kate Damron, Angie, Wanda and Kitty.
She was met at heavens gates by her parents and Sister Bonnie Sherman.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at the Snyder Funeral Home, Craven Chapel, 67 North Main St., Mt. Gilead from 5pm to 7pm; Funeral services will be at the funeral home Wednesday September 23 at 11 am with Chaplain Jeff Slider officiating. Burial will follow at Maple Grove Cemetery in Chesterville.
Memorial contributions can be made in honor of Brenda to the family to assist with expenses
Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead is honored to be serving the family and condolences may be expressed at www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com
“Thanks for everything!” – Your loving husband (“You work for me.”)